Salad Bowl (game)
The Salad Bowl was an annual post-season American college football bowl game played at Montgomery Stadium in Phoenix, Arizona, from 1947 to 1955. The bowl was thrown by the Phoenix and Valley of the Sun Kiwanis Clubs. The bowl stopped inviting college teams in 1952; the 1953 and 1954 games were played among service teams. It was an all-star game in both January and December, 1955.
|Title||Date||Winning team||Losing team|
|1948 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1948||Nevada||13||North Texas State||6|
|1949 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1949||Drake||14||Arizona||13|
|1950 Salad Bowl||January 2, 1950||Xavier||33||Arizona State||21|
|1951 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1951||Miami (OH)||34||Arizona State||21|
|1952 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1952||Houston||26||Dayton||21|
|1953 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1953||San Diego NTC||81||Camp Breckinridge||20|
|1954 Salad Bowl||January 1, 1954||Fort Ord||67||Great Lakes NTS||12|
|1955 Salad Bowl (January)||January 1, 1955||Skyline All-Stars||20||Border All-Stars||13|
|1955 Salad Bowl (December)||December 31, 1955||Border All-Stars||13||Skyline All-Stars||10|
- Foldesy, Jody. "Bowls burgeon as big business", The Washington Times. December 21, 1997. Page A1.
- "Great Lakes, Fort Ord Play In Salad Bowl". The Washington Post. Nov 29, 1953. p. C3. Unknown parameter
- "Salad Bowl Win Goes to San Diego". Los Angeles Times. Jan 2, 1953. p. C4.
- "Border Stars Win Salad Bowl, 13-10". The Washington Post and Times Herald (1954-1959). Jan 1, 1956;. p. C1. Unknown parameter
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